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schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 03:56 PM

Hi ya'll! Anyone know where to get a great (homeade) personal or family sized chicken pot pie? I'm thinking one of LA's butcher shops may make them from scratch and sell them? Love me a good pot pie. I used to get Trader Joes, but they aren't as good as they used to be. I recently bought a Blakes Natural Chicken Pot Pie from Whole Foods, and it was great, just a little on the small side. Thanks!!

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    jessejames RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 03:58 PM

    huntington meats/farmers market, smallish but tasty

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      Butter Fight RE: jessejames Apr 7, 2014 08:55 PM

      Seconded. Delicious pies, I just wish they had veggies in them.

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      budlit RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:02 PM

      The pies from The Larder at Tavern are large enough for 2 and tasty

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        ns1 RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:09 PM

        Republic of Pie, North Hollywood makes a great one.

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          ilysla RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:12 PM

          Wood Spoon? (personal size)

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            aching RE: ilysla Apr 8, 2014 02:13 PM

            Wood Spoon, Wood Spoon, Wood Spoon. Never had a better pot pie.

          2. perk RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:15 PM

            Clementine's has really good ones. They come in two sizes....individual and family.

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              maudies5 RE: perk Apr 7, 2014 05:45 PM

              +1 on Clementine's. The individual one can feed two if you have a salad or something else to accompany it. I also like to take home their braised brisket. Another case of individual one feeding two.

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                latindancer RE: maudies5 Apr 7, 2014 07:49 PM

                +2 on Clementine's.

                Outstanding.

            2. A5 KOBE RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:21 PM

              This may be far, but I Like Pie Bakeshop in Claremont has a pretty damn good CPP. The other pies are pretty putrid, at least the sweet ones I had but the CPP was damn good.

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                schrutefarms RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:21 PM

                Wow awesome!! Thanks C'Hounders!!!!!

                1. wienermobile RE: schrutefarms Apr 7, 2014 04:43 PM

                  Thursday night Musso & Frank's special.

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                    jessejames RE: wienermobile Apr 7, 2014 08:22 PM

                    How do they serve it? Single pie?

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                      wienermobile RE: jessejames Apr 7, 2014 11:11 PM

                      Yes single pie, but expensive. I believe it's $22.

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                        Dommy RE: wienermobile Apr 8, 2014 01:26 PM

                        It's actually a very old school pie. Very larger served in a ceramic pie plate. It only has a top crust and it is them poured over on your plate so the top crust is at the bottom. Not quite the experience like Woodspoon, but still very good.

                        --Dommy!

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                    foodiemahoodie RE: schrutefarms Apr 8, 2014 01:11 AM

                    Marmalade and the Daily Grill.

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                      flowergirl RE: schrutefarms Apr 8, 2014 06:23 AM

                      Trader Joe's refrigerated chicken pot pies (not the frozen) are as good as any of the better pies I have had in restaurants. Surprisingly delicious.

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                        schrutefarms RE: flowergirl Apr 8, 2014 09:29 AM

                        I've seen those, and they look great, but I'm partial to the crust being on the bottom as well as the top (that's the best part!) and theTJ's one loooks like it's just the crust on top?

                      2. perk RE: schrutefarms Apr 8, 2014 11:56 AM

                        And for a great bargain....and a surprisingly good, albeit very large pie....Costco's fits the bill.

                        1. Will Owen RE: schrutefarms Apr 8, 2014 12:12 PM

                          The old standby is Moffett's Pie Shop in Arcadia. I've had theirs at the counter and it's good; I think Henry Moffett's (same family, but they fell out) in Bellflower was better, but that got bulldozed several years ago. The people eating there trend even older than I am, but there's a line out the door most days for frozen pies to go. $3 each for chicken, $3.75 for all white meat. I told'em I'd pay that for all dark … They have beef pies too for $3.30 each, and special pricing for multi-packs and combo packs. These are ready to bake. You can get a full chicken-pie dinner there w/ soup or salad, potatoes and gravy, veg, bread & butter and dessert for $10.15. Other entrées, burgers etcetera as well. Google it and get their website. I haven't had any for a year or three, but I thought it was pretty good, just a lot more than I want to eat for lunch nowadays.

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                            jenniferpelota RE: schrutefarms Apr 8, 2014 04:03 PM

                            Clementine's, and on Thursdays Musso & Frank's has THE best pot pie and it's bigger than your head.

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